Alder Cottage, 4 The Sycamores, Coniston Cold, Skipton , BD23 4DR£545,000
Sold Subject To Contract
No floorplans available
No EPC available
This outstanding, superbly appointed and imaginatively planned four bedroomed en-suite individual stone barn conversion provides spacious and well equipped accommodation of particular merit, recently converted in accordance with superior standards and meticulous attention to detail by Messrs Skipton Properties, a local award winning construction company with a first class reputation.
The Sycamores is a very successful residential development situated adjacent to a conservation area and comprising six new build homes together with two conversion properties.
Alder Cottage incorporates a wealth of charming character features including exposed beams and trusses combined with the advantages of UPVC sealed unit double glazing, a security alarm, oak internal doors, quality contemporary fittings and fixtures throughout and gas central heating - which is under floor on the ground floor with radiators on the first floor.
The exclusive small village of Coniston Cold is surrounded by beautiful open countryside on the edge of the picturesque Yorkshire Dales.
Nearby Gargrave adjacent to the Leeds/Liverpool canal and the River Aire provides a good variety of local everyday amenities including a primary school, public houses/restaurants, a Co-op, a chemist, a doctors surgery, a village hall, community events, sports clubs and a railway station which offers a regular service to Skipton, Keighley, Bradford and Leeds together with the scenic Settle to Carlisle line.
The historic market town of Skipton known as the 'Gateway to the Dales' is only circa six miles away providing extensive shops, amenities, services and recreational facilities together with excellent secondary schooling.
The business centres of West Yorkshire and East Lancashire are within comfortable daily commuting distance.
PART EXCHANGE MAY BE CONSIDERED
With much to commend it, this very appealing individual property comprises in further detail: